A good hair day?


Some people predict that they are going to have a good day but how their hair looks in the morning.  I know that I am going to have a good day when I have both a lunch appointment and a supper date.  Don’t get me wrong-I love to cook, but what I like the most is to eat!


This week, I met a new friend at The Dandelion Eatery.  I feel healthy just walking into this place!  As I waited for my friend I saw lunches being delivered to the next table and decided “I want what he’s having” which turned out to be their Baked Ravioli.  I added meat ragu to the dish and was pleased with my choice.  The “meat” tasted like ground turkey or chicken and it was both light and packed with flavour.  My friend had a chicken wrap which she seemed pleased with.P4130082_edited

 That evening I returned to the same corner and met a gang of female friends at Confusion Corner Bar and Grill.  Once everybody departed for other obligations, I sat with a wonderful glass of Shiraz (Red Knot) and got caught up with an equally wonderful old friend.  When I realised that the time was past to share supper at home with my husband, I ordered their Chicken Pesto Pizza –one of my favourite versions because it includes artichokes.   We each had a couple of pieces, I took the leftovers home and my husband and I shared it for lunch.  Two nutritious and scrumptious meals for two people is sure great value at $16.50


Kath’s quote: “Laughter is brightest where food is best.”-Irish Proverb


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3 Comments to

“A good hair day?”

  1. Avatar April 16th, 2010 at 6:15 am Victoria Says:

    I had a birthday lunch at the Dandelion Eatery last week and it was amazing. I had a liver cleanse to start – my favourite! Then I had the soba noodles with vegetables in a coconut milk sauce – superb (coming from a former macrobiotic who cooked soba noodles on a regualr basis…). The salad with spring greens and roasted hazlenuts had the best dijon vinagrette I’ve ever tasted (and we make a mean vinagrette at home). The crowning glory was a chocolate creme brulee (my fav dessert) and it was the best ever. Can’t wait to go back….

  2. Avatar April 16th, 2010 at 2:16 pm kath Says:

    Thanks for posting the details of your Lunch V. Now what about Beaujena’s French Table?

  3. Avatar April 19th, 2010 at 6:09 pm Sister @3 Says:

    I really like the food at Dandelion but I sure miss the atmosphere that it used to have. I was once totally separate from the store and felt more like an intimate restaurant.

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